Lone rates dissenter in Mexico vanishes as traders pare wagers

MEXICO CITY - Mexico's central bankers are back on the same page. All five members of Banco de Mexico's board voted to keep interest rates unchanged at a record low 3 percent last month, minutes released Monday showed. At their previous meeting, one banker voted to boost borrowing costs to limit market volatility in the event of higher rates in the United States. The return of unanimity after the first dissent in 13 months shows policymakers are becoming less concerned about the nation's financial market stability and inflation outlook as their currency interventions help bolster the peso, according to Bank of America economist Carlos Capistran. Traders in the swaps market...